Assault Suspect in 2021 Braid SkyTrain Station Attack Receives 10 Year Prison Sentence

New Westminster, British Columbia – A man has been handed a 10-year prison sentence for a violent assault on a SkyTrain attendant at the Braid SkyTrain station in 2021. The Metro Vancouver Transit Police announced the sentencing in connection to the incident that occurred on July 5, 2021. According to authorities, the suspect assaulted the … Read more

Justice Sought for Slain DeKalb Teen Gracie Sasso-Cleveland a Year After Murder

DeKalb, Illinois – Linda Nelson has spent the past year grappling with the unimaginable loss of her granddaughter, Gracie Sasso-Cleveland, who was tragically found slain last year. Initially overwhelmed by grief and despair, Nelson has since found solace in a newfound determination to honor Gracie’s memory and seek justice for her. In an emotional statement, … Read more

Tesla Charging Station Shooting Victim Honored in Edgewater One Year Later

Edgewater, Colorado – It has been a year since the tragic shooting incident near a Tesla charging station in Edgewater that led to the death of 33-year-old Adam Fresquez. To honor his memory, Fresquez’s family gathered for a heartfelt mass and dove release ceremony. Lena Fresquez Mendez, Adam’s mother, expressed her ongoing grief, reflecting on … Read more

Rock-Throwing Tragedy: Family of Alexa Bartell Celebrates Her Life One Year After Shocking Incident

Jefferson County, Colo. – In a poignant gathering amidst a spring snowfall, Kelly Bartell, surrounded by loved ones, reflected on her daughter Alexa’s legacy. One year after a tragic incident claimed Alexa’s life, Kelly shared the biblical passage inscribed on her daughter’s arm: “Luke 6:27. Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, … Read more

**Explosion in Plum Borough, PA Leads to Deadliest Year for Gas-related Blasts**

Plum Borough, Pennsylvania – A tragic home explosion in the Rustic Ridge neighborhood near Pittsburgh has claimed the lives of six individuals, marking 2023 as the deadliest year for catastrophic gas-related incidents in nearly two decades. Investigative correspondent Angie Moreschi delves into the alarming trend of home explosions across the country, shedding light on the … Read more

Bonfire Explosion Teen Sentenced to One Year in Jail with Probation

Shawano, Wisconsin – Eighteen-year-old Samuel Armstrong, the teenager responsible for a bonfire explosion in Maple Grove that injured 17 people, has been sentenced to one year in jail. The sentence could be reduced to six months with good behavior, in addition to a five-year probation period. Armstrong pleaded no contest to 13 felony charges of … Read more

Convicted Parents of Oxford School Shooter Receive 10-15 Year Prison Sentence for Involuntary Manslaughter

Oxford, Michigan- Jennifer and James Crumbley, the first parents in the United States to be convicted of involuntary manslaughter for their son’s involvement in a school shooting, were sentenced to 10 to 15 years in prison. The tragic incident unfolded when their son, Ethan, carried out a shooting rampage at Oxford High School, resulting in … Read more

Indigenous Man Receives 5 1/2 Year Sentence for Involvement in Calgary Stabbing

Calgary, Alberta – A Siksika man has been sentenced to 5 1/2 years in prison for his involvement in a brutal stabbing that left a Calgary woman covered in blood. Justice Mark Tyndale acknowledged the tragic Indigenous background of Troy Eagle Tail Feathers, which led to a more lenient sentence. However, the judge also noted … Read more

Bartlesville Community Honors Codie King One Year After Shooting

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. – Family and friends in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, gathered to honor the memory of Codie King, who tragically lost his life one year ago. King was fatally shot at the Brookhaven Apartments during an altercation that turned deadly. The shooter, Colton Tallchief, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in connection with King’s death. During the … Read more

Nashville Shooting Investigation Unfolds One Year After Covenant School Tragedy

Nashville, Tennessee – The Nashville community was forever changed on March 27, 2023, when a mass shooter tragically took the lives of six individuals at a local private Christian school. With vigils, rallies, and calls for stricter gun control, the aftermath of the shooting spurred a wave of activism and advocacy in Tennessee. State lawmakers … Read more